Global renewables capacity must increase eight-fold and more than US$1.5 trillion invested into grids worldwide to help reverse the climate emergency, research body DNV GL has said.
A no deal Brexit could cause a “significant” increase in electricity prices in Ireland and force some suppliers to exit the market, government documents have revealed.
Tempus confirmed that it had today (5 September 2019) lodged evidence with the European Commission to substantiate its claim that the Capacity Market unfairly discriminates against clean energy projects.
The government has been pilloried by the clean energy sector for offering a “few financial crumbs” to help the UK meet its net zero target.
The Scottish government has unveiled a host of green finance policies set to kick-start its journey towards a 2045 net zero.
The UK’s energy sector has slammed the government over what it has perceived to be a failure for policy action to match its rhetoric.
Plug policy shortfall or risk falling short of hitting net zero targets, the Science and Technology select committee has warned the government.
AI will be “essential” to managing a decarbonised, decentralised system, according to a letter penned by some of the industry’s leading energy groups.
Banks Group has been revealed as the company behind a legal challenge against the government’s Contracts for Difference mechanism which stands to delay its forthcoming auction.